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Bee Removal Plano

When it comes to professionalism in every aspect of bee and wasp removal, our local expert beekeepers are second to none. We have decades of cumulative experience and are expertly trained in every aspect of bee removal right here in Plano!  We are first and foremost, beekeepers.  Simply put it means we love bees and will do our absolute best to preserve them, while also keeping our friends and Plano neighbors safe from harm. 

Beekeeping, also known as apiculture (from the Latin root apis, which means bee) refers to the maintenance of honeybee colonies.  Most of these honeybees are kept in hives, by humans.  A beekeeper or apiarist keeps bees in order to collect honey and beeswax, to pollinate crops, or to produce bees to sell to other beekeepers.  The location where bees are kept by beekeepers is known as an apiary or "bee yard".

Honey bees offer their greatest contribution, not by the creation of honey for our consumption, but by way of pollinating plant life.  A lot more than half of our vegetable and fruit harvests are pollinated by honeybees. Wasps are also beneficial (surprising, right?) in that they prey upon a multitude of pest insects that are unhealthy for vegetation. Without bees and wasps, our diets and menus would be very restricted. Bees and even wasps are essential to our way of life, and a general consensus feel strongly that they must be protected from harm whenever possible. However, sharing your living space with thousands or up to tens of thousands of bees or flying insects is more than just a nuisance, it is downright dangerous.  For people with allergies to bee or wasp venom, it can be a life-threatening emergency.  Do not be fooled by their small size, or seemingly small number.  Bees and wasps are social animals, residing together in colonies made up of by the thousands.  When bees or wasps feel that they are threatened, they will attack.  Here in Plano we are seeing Africanized bees, also known as killer bees, with higher frequency every year. If you are not adequately trained and in possession of the proper safety equipment necessary to protect yourself and others around you - do NOT attempt to approach a swarm or colony of bees. Leave it to the professionals at Bee Removal Specialist Plano.

Once you spot a potential bee or wasp problem around your property, please call in the local experts right away.  The earlier we are called in the easier (and possibly more cost effective) the work will be in relocating them. Our Plano beekeepers have the expertise, safety equipment and tools to do it all.  From removing a swarm of bees from a tree, or overhang to the far more complicated business of removing an entire colony from a structure of your property, and everything in between - we can and will guarantee your complete satisfaction.  Plano Bee Removal

Coming from a family of beekeepers, we have decades of combined experience and thoroughly trained in every form of bee removal right here in Plano!  We are most importantly beekeepers first.  This means we love bees and make it our highest endeavor to preserve them, while making sure our friends and Plano neighbors are safe from harm.

Once you spot a potential bee or wasp problem around your property, please call in the local experts right away.  The earlier we are called in the easier (and more cost effective) the work will be in getting them relocated. Our Plano beekeepers have all the expertise, safety equipment and tools to do it all.  From removing a swarm of bees from a tree or overhang to the far more complicated business of removing an entire colony from a structure of your property, and everything in between - we can and will guarantee your complete satisfaction.  Plano Bee Removal

When it comes to Beekeepers and professionals in every aspect of bee and wasp removal, our local expert beekeepers are second to none. We have decades of cumulative experience, are second generation beekeepers and expertly trained in every aspect of bee removal right here in Plano!  We are first and foremost, beekeepers.  Simply put it means we love bees and will do our very best to preserve them, while also keeping our friends and Plano neighbors safe from harm.  

Beekeeping, also known as apiculture (from the Latin root apis, which means bee) refers to the maintenance of honey bee colonies.  Most of these honeybees are kept in hives, by humans.  A beekeeper, or Apiaris,  keeps bees in order to collect honey and beeswax, to pollinate crops, or to produce bees for sale to other beekeepers.  he location where bees are kept by beekeepers is known as an apiary or "bee yard".

Honey bees offer their greatest contribution, not by the creation of honey for our consumption, but by way of pollinating plant life.  A lot more than half of our vegetable and fruit harvests are pollinated by honey bees. Wasps are also beneficial in that they prey upon a multitude of pest insects that are unhealthy for vegetation. Without bees and wasps, our diets and menus would definitely be very restricted.  We can all agree that bees, and even wasps, are essential to our way of life and most of us feel very strongly that they must be protected from harm whenever possible. However, sharing your living space with thousands, tens of thousands bees or flying insects is more than just a nuisance, it is downright dangerous.  For people with allergies to bee or wasp venom, it is life threatening.  Do not be fooled by their small size, or a seemingly small number.  Bees and wasps are social animals, residing together in colonies made up of tens of thousands.  When bees or wasps feel that they are threatened, they will attack.  Here in Plano, we are seeing africanized or "killer" bees with more frequency every year.  Making the problem of bees in our urban areas more dangerous than ever.  If you are not adequately trained and in possession of the safety equipment necessary to protect yourself and others around you - do NOT attempt to approach a swarm or colony of bees.  

Once you spot a potential bee or wasp problem around your property, please call in the local experts right away.  The earlier we are called in the easier (and more cost effective) the work will be in getting them relocated. Our Plano beekeepers have all the expertise, safety equipment and tools to do it all.  From removing a swarm of bees from a tree or overhang to the far more complicated business of removing an entire colony from a structure of your property, and everything in between - we can and will guarantee your complete satisfaction.  

Bee Removal FAQ

1. Do you have experience removing bees from a wall?

Removing honeybees from a wall requires carpentry experience. A novice beekeeper can cause more damage than good if they are not experts in carpentry.

2. What is the process of removing bees from a wall?

An experienced beekeeper will identify the location of the bees with an infrared camera, use a smoker to calm the bees, use a bee vacuum and other professional tools to remove the honeybees safely, extract the hive, clean the affected area, apply pesticide to deter honeybees from returning to the empty hive, fill the open area with insulation and replace the wall with the original material whenever possible.

3. Do you have pictures of honeybee removals from walls?

Trustworthy honeybee removal companies will have plenty of pictures. Choose a company that has more than just a few examples.

4.How long have you been a beekeeper?

Because there are many species of bees, a beekeeper must have extensive knowledge of the different techniques to safely and effectively remove the bees.

5. How long have you been in business?

Make sure they have a valid business license and have many years of experience in the bee removal field.

6. Do you have references?

A reputable bee removal company will have good ratings online on platforms such as Google. Be wary of businesses that have too few good reviews. It’s not unusual for novice companies to ask friends and family to create favorable reviews.

7. Do you guarantee your work?

Read the warranty or guarantee agreement carefully. A good bee removal company will warranty a removal requiring a repair for at least a year.

8. Do you have insurance?

Some companies operate with little or no insurance. Companies should have both liability and workers' compensation insurance. This is a good precaution against accidents caused by bee smokers causing fires or beekeepers falling from roofs or trees.

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